“Cleveland is a small ‘big city’ – there’s so much to do, but it’s not overwhelming.” – Susan Ross, Class of 2010
Did you know that Cleveland was recently ranked #12 for college towns among mid-size metros? People who go to school here, love the people and its diversity.
Learning isn’t a static activity that can be confined to the four walls of a classroom. It’s being exposed to new people and ideas; it’s participating fully in an enriching environment. Here at MSASS, the campus, community and city add up to provide a unique and comprehensive educational experience. Check out our video to learn more.
As a location for a school of social work, Cleveland, Ohio weaves a rich tapestry of human services commitment. A belief in social and community action has long been enmeshed in the fabric of this city. The vitality that created the United Way in Cleveland continues to encourage innovation in health and human services.
Cleveland offers a full spectrum of social, economic, ethnic and religious experiences. As a city actively involved in vitalization, deeply rooted in traditions of communal self-help and widely commited to philanthrophy, Cleveland affords social work a special place and an important role in the city’s future.